The Children of Many Nations and the A.B.C. No 12.
Rochester, N.Y.: Stecher Lith. Co., 1916. Oblong 8vo,  pp., color chromolithograph illustrations on every page, text printed in black, orange, red, and blue. Stiff pictorial card wrappers bound by staples. Wrappers are darkened and chipped along joint, the paper is peeling back from the lower corner of upper wrapper, minor foxing; good. Wonderful example of both a childrens alphabet book and chromolithography by Stecher who became an important stationer in his time. Each letter of the alphabet has a corresponding child from a country that begins with that same letter: "J, Japan's little lady is yellow of skin." OCLC 13769360.
(Item Id: 106165)